I’m ba-ack! For those of you who are new to Tracy’s blog, I’m Matilda—Tracy’s marvelous marketing maven.
I’m scratching my left antenna. Hmm…where should I start? Aha! At the beginning, of course.
Tracy’s self-conscious about tooting her own horn, so I flapped my wings and flew to the rescue.
Let me draw your attention to Tracy’s sidebar. Yeah, I know, hardly anyone glances in that direction, but puh-leeze humor me.
Did You Spot Tracy’s “F
Yup! That’s right, people. I signed Tracy up on Facebook and on LinkedIn. She put up a struggle, but after whacking her with my watering can, she came to her senses. She didn’t have a fighting chance! Now, she needs lots of friends to “
like” her on Facebook and “ accept her invitation” on LinkedIn. But wait! Don’t go yet—there’s more exciting news!
Did You Notice the S
To commemorate the year 2013, I’ve rounded-u
p some of Tracy’s whimsical works of art (thirteen of them, to be exact) and partnered with Fine Art America to reproduce Tracy’s art onto metal, acrylic, and stretched canvas. You’ll also be able to buy unframed prints or framed prints that are ready to hang on your wall or on a friend’s wall. Hint, hint. 🙂
Six of the thirteen designs are also available as 5″ x 7″ greeting cards. Yup, the prices are higher than Tracy’s square-shaped cards, which, by the way, can only be purchased through her Whimsical Shop. And if your budget is a concern, you might want to stock up on the square-shaped cards, ‘cuz I’m not certain how long I can keep the prices so ridiculously low.
Finally, Tracy will be a guest author four times a year over at Family and Faith Matters.
Family and Faith Matters is a blog dedicated to “equipping moms for faithful living.” It’s a safe haven where you can read articles on money, creativity and crafts, fitness and health, prayer, time management, and education.
Tracy’s first article will be featured on Saturday, March 30th.
Speaking of health and fitness, it’s time I dip and soar down the halls of Tracy’s farmhouse. I need to keep in shape so I can swat the annoying honeybees that infiltrate Tracy’s gardens every spring.
Which reminds me—
one lucky person has been chosen to receive a signed copy of Virginia Wright’s book, Buzzzzzzzz…What Honeybees Do.
Drum roll, puh-leeze. Do you hear me beating my wings on the watering can? No?
And the winner is…Vivian Kirkfield!
Wait! Virginia’s queen bee just emailed me a late-breaking bulletin.
“Tracy, I was touched after reading so many wonderful comments, so I’ve chosen another commenter to receive one of my other books–Crying Bear. And that commenter would be…Catherine Johnson. “
Now hurry, ladies, and send Tracy your address by clicking here.
Thanks, Virginia. Now that I’ve read your fabulous book,
I know how to handle those busy-bodied bees.
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P.S. Click the arrow on the sweet flower, and you’ll be swept into Tracy’s Whimsical Shop! That’s where you can purchase her be-ee-a-u-ti-ful square-shaped greeting cards!
Yikes! “No, Tracy! Don’t put me back in the mason jar!”